I'm about to take my driver's test in a few months, and one of the things on the test I am most worried about is parallel parking. I already have my learner's permit, and my dad is planning on practicing parallel parking in a parking lot with a few cones set up. In the mean time, I decided to fire up BeamNG.drive to get some practice in. I set up two cars on the side of the road, and used a third car to try and practice. After a few tries, I managed to get the hang of it. This got me thinking, could driving schools or parents at home use BeamNG.drive as an educational tool? BeamNG.drive is as close to a car as you can get in the virtual world, and with a racing wheel and pedals, the game gets fairly accurate to the real thing. The scenarios tool could serve as a way to select individual skills to work on, like parallel parking, stopping, turning, merging onto a highway, the possibilities are endless. The devs could also create a separate version of BeamNG.drive, similar to Minecraft's education edition. This could serve as an alternative to the large expensive driving simulators used by driving schools currently.